Tag: richard bowes
Marking ten years since the peak of his former band’s career (Given To The Wild), Orlando Weeks returns with his second solo album.
Ist Ist have been together for the best part of a decade, but have been upping their profile recently with an album each this year and last.
There can only be one Number 1 and, in a year full of diverse sounds across all musical genres, Dry Cleaning’s Scratchyard Lanyard stands apart.
Fifteen years ago, the very notion of a Sleaford Mods gig would have been dismissed.
While Shame's second album didn’t have the same impact as Songs Of Praise, given the chance to breathe live the songs sound huge.
Anyone with a cursory knowledge of rock is aware of The Charlatans’ history (and tragedies), but this most durable of bands just keep going.
Electronic albums are rarely succinct, but at less than 40 minutes The KVB's Unity leaves the listener salivating.
If the pandemic was going to benefit any artist, or play to their strengths, then it was always going to be Courtney Barnett.
Within seconds of his conversation with Live4ever Dylan John Thomas' enthusiasm and positivity radiates from the other end of the line.
Never one to look back, Weller plays only a handful of Style Council numbers and two from The Jam.
Geese, a group of Brooklyn teenagers, have been snapped up by Partisan, and this debut was mixed by Speedy Underground's Dan Carey.
The 1990s had largely been kind to Paul Weller, with deference paid by the younger generation to the ‘elder statesman’.